Ken and Becky Parrish
Address and Phone number
Victory Christian Fellowship
615 Leesville Road
Lynchburg, Virginia 24502
Fellowship Hour - 9:30am
Sunday Celebration - 10:30am
Second Monday of each month:
Ladies' Fellowship/Bible Study and
Dinner Meeting -
Bible Study - 7:00pm
Children's Youth Group - 7:00pm
Third Saturday of
Men's Fellowship - 8:00am
(September through May)
VCF is an interdenominational, full gospel Christian church and
Bible teaching center. Our
purpose is to bring the lost to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and to mature
and equip believers for the work of the ministry through the teaching of the
uncompromised Word of God.
We believe that God has a plan for every person
that will produce a life of peace, joy, victory and success. Therefore, our goal
is to tell everyone we know about Jesus, who will save them, bless them, and
help them discover Godís will and destiny for their lives.
Our worship style is contemporary and informal, and our dress is casual. All are
Sunday mornings begin with
a "Fellowship Hour," which starts at 9:30am. A light
"continental" breakfast is served.
Our Sunday morning Celebration
service begins at 10:30am with 25-30 minutes of contemporary
praise and worship and freedom to express spiritual gifts, pray,
read scriptures, or share praise reports as the Lord leads. The
service also includes special music and teaching from the Word.
Following the praise and worship each Sunday, VCF offers
Children's Church for for kids from age 4 through 12.
On Wednesday evenings at 7pm we have a
Bible study followed by a season of prayer. There is also a
children's youth group for our young people.
A "Socials" committee plans for and oversees special events at VCF. Special
events in the past have included covered dish dinners, a Valentine's dinner for
married couples, a Hallelujah Night party (substitute for Halloween), cookouts
at a local farm, pizza parties, skating parties, Putt-Putt tournaments, and a
Progressive dinner for adults at Christmas.
For spiritual and legal reasons, we
do not perform weddings, infant/children dedications, or any
other pastoral services for people who do not faithfully attend
services at VCF.
VCF is actively
involved in outreach, both locally and around the world. Locally, we assist in
paying utility/rent bills in crisis situations, and provide a monthly dinner
meal at a men's shelter. We have built our Victory Houses to be used as temporary
emergency shelters for families who experience tragedies such as house fires.
Information about the national and international ministries we support as well
as information about our Victory House and Victory Outreach Center
projects can be
found on our